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- Open Air Film - Bridget Jones's Diary
- Open Air Film - Grease
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- Pride and Prejudice
- House Festival
- Conservatory Soiree
- Friends Summer Opera - La Boheme
- Friends Summer Opera - Candlelit Gala
- Summer Wine Tasting
- Chiswick at the Time of the Devonshire Dukes
- Open Garden Squares Weekend
- Bat Walk
- Janiculum Concert
- An Evening With Amanda Foreman
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Get Your Garden Growing
Come and be inspired to get your garden growing this spring at Chiswick House Walled Gardens on Sunday 20th March from 10am till 4pm.
Information and advice will be on hand to motivate you to grow your own fruit and vegetables. There will be fun and gardening based activities for all the family. We will also have information and activities on how to make your garden more wildlife friendly.
Bring your spare seeds (vegetable or flowers) to our Seed Swap and see if you can pick up some new seeds for your own garden. If you don’t have any spare seeds to swap there will be some to buy. We will also be selling plants grown by the Chiswick House and Gardens Trust.
The Trust’s Community Gardener Karen Roberts says, 'This year we are trialling a newly designed raised bed system which claims to shorten the time between the planting and harvesting of common vegetables – come and have a look! We have also planted out historic varieties of fruit tree over the winter and the garden is really taking shape.'
Chiswick Horticultural Society and Abundance London will have stalls on the day so it’s a good opportunity to find out what they can offer too.
Entry is from Dukes Avenue only and we ask for an entrance fee of £1 for adults and 50p for children to cover our costs.
20 March is also the last day of our internationally acclaimed Camellia Festival, so if you haven’t visited already, take this chance to do so.
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